Citrus

Bergamot
Bergamot

Bergamot is grown mainly in the province of Reggio Calabria, in Italy, on a narrow strip of the coast bordering the Ionian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea. This region produces 95% of the world’s...

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Buddha's Hand
Buddha's Hand

Buddha’s hand is a shrub of the Rutaceae family with long, spiny, slow-growing branches. Cultivated for its spectacular fruits, this citrus blooms in abundance, in March-April, and again, more...

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Calamansi Lime
Calamansi Lime

Calamondin is more often harvested in Asia when unripe and green due to its abundant juice, thus becoming a very popular and highly appreciated fruit by Asians. It is mainly cultivated in the...

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Citron
Citron

Its skin is thick, fragrant and covered with bumps. Its pulp is white, green or yellow, not very juicy but the aroma of its peel is exceptional. It is rarely used fresh. It is mainly used in...

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Clementin
Clementin

Unlike the mandarine, clementine is seedless. In the ripening stage, the clementine is green and acquires its orange colour only if it is under the effect of winter temperature.

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Combava
Combava

The fruit is distributed fresh and the peel dry. The leaves are sent fresh, frozen or dried, and sometimes even powdered. Thailand, India, Indonesia and Malaysia are the main producer countries of...

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Grapefruit
Grapefruit

The fruit is often confused with the pamplemousse, also called pomelo, from which it inherited the important size and a little bitterness, but without the thick skin and the many seeds. This Citrus...

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Kabosu
Kabosu

Kabosu is one of the long-day green citrus fruits, like Green Yuzu, Naositchi, Hebesu, Limes and Shikuwasa. The juice, almost always preserved, is used directly as a condiment in grilled fish,...

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Kumquat
Kumquat

Produced mainly in China and the Philippines, they are consumed fresh or whole with their skin, or processed into candied fruits. Kumquats are also cultivated in Africa, North America, the Greek...

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Lemon
Lemon

The origin of lemon has remained unknown for a long time, due to its polymorphism and diversity of varieties. Some researchers located its wild ancestor in the Indo-Burmese region, and even in...

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Lime
Lime

Lime tree, that is, the Citrus Aurantifolia, represent only a very small part of the world trade. The variety Citrus Latifolia, known commercially as Persia lime, or Tahiti, is the preferred by...

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Limquat
Limquat

Limequat is a small, leafy shrub with little, oblong, oval, green leaves. Its fruit is small, ovoid, yellowish or greenish and contains little seeds called pips. Its peel is soft and its pulp has a...

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Mandarin
Mandarin

The mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata), also known as the mandarin or mandarine, is a small citrus tree with fruit resembling other oranges, usually eaten plain or in fruit salads. Its flesh is...

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Orange
Orange

Like all citrus fruits, orange is presented in the form of a berry called hesperidium. Oranges are classified into four varied groups. Edible, they are known for their high vitamin C content and...

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Pomelo
Pomelo

The fruit is often confused with the pamplemousse, also called pomelo, from which it inherited the important size and a little bitterness, but without the thick skin and the many seeds. This Citrus...

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Tangelo
Tangelo

The Ugli (or Jamaican Tangelo) is a fruit of more or less deformed appearance, of a size between that of an orange and that of a pomelo, its thick skin peels easily and presents a color that can be...

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Tangerine
Tangerine

In our latitudes it is harvested from October to March. Its peel is orange red and its flavor is acidic. Tangerines grown in America as the Dancy Tangerine, in Cape Town as the Maartj, in India as...

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Tangor
Tangor

This citrus is quite large, hardly smaller than an orange, round-shaped flattened at the poles. Some varieties, such as Ortanique, have the particularity of having a small halo not prominent at the...

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Yuzu
Yuzu

Yuzu is a citrus from China and Tibet. It is probably a natural hybrid of wild mandarin orange and Ichang lemon. It was during the Tang dynasty that it reached Japan and Korea. Subsequently, its...

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